Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 30, 1949 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 30, 1949
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Prizes Awarded At VFW Card Party Prizes wore awarded high rcor- KTK at MblcH ('layini; InHt night at a card party and bingo held by tho Ladies' auxiliary of Crxisnder port. Veieranj of Foreign Wars, In the VFW Home. Rubber avc- mic. The winners were: Mrs. Paul Smoy Mr?. Raymond Magas, Oscar Wirth. Mrs. Andrew Van- T>elft Mrs. Franklin Behlman, Mrs. John Vagt, Mrs. ftene Magnenat, Mrs. Walter Weiss. Carol Schrul and Charles Vagt. Mrs. Peter Kinney was awarded the door prize and the mystery prize winner was Mrs. Frod Sutor, Jr. Refreshments were served. The arrangements committee In- cluded: Mrs. William Gcrber, chairman; MTH. Michael JAagiiH, Mm. Henry. Be/hlmnn, Mrs. Victor Ijcmulnc, Mrs. James, Schuff, Engaged To Wed Mr., and Mrs. Michael Janus of Arch street, announce the engugc- mcnt of tholr dauKhter, Irene, to Michael J. Broderlck, »on of Mr Mrs ! an <l Ml '» Miohael Broderick, lfi!> South Main street. "No date has been se/t for the wedding;. Mr. and Mr.'i. Roy Kepler of Benner, Pa., were recent guests fit the home of Mr. Kepler's brother and slstcr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kepler, f>7 Main street, Beacon Falls. Social-Personal Fraternal S a n fleeting Place" Church CHrd? Oi DAR Session Fn. The regular monthly mot-Uni- nf Sarah Rogers chapter, Daughters of the Amtriciin Revolution, Frl- d:iy afternoon at 2 o'clork, will be held at the home of Mrs. William Chlttenden on Fail-view avenue, instead of at the home of Mrs. Chester Inbell, Hillside avenue. Mr.H. Harry AmlrrHon, regent, will conduct the mec.-tlng, which will fi-.aturi* the annual Christmas pnr- ty. Member's are requested to furnish 25 cent. tflftii for a briub hag. *S&B<B*NB*&eei&&8^^ SWEENEY'S GIFT CENTER CHILDREN'S HOOKS — TOYS GAMES _ FRAMED PICTURES FOSTORIA and DI'NCAN MILLER tiLASSWARE DIARIES — DATE BOOKS CALENDARS — PLAYING CARDS DESK SETS "SCOPE" CIGARETTE HOLDERS TYPEWRITERS Royal — Rpiiiiiif.'loM — Smit.h-Coromi ADDING MACHINES by KEM1NGTON KODAKS — SCRAP HOOKS ALWLMS — PROJECTORS IIOTO OUTFITS—DA-LITE SCREENS TRAVEL CLOCKS VTEWM ASTERS — $2.00 VIEWMASTER PRO.] ECTOKS $!).!)5 _ $47.50 Plans Fridcrjy Nightf The Christmas bazaar, fponsorod by the Friendship Circle of Immanut} Lutheran ,Church, will be held Friday night, Doc. '.'., In the church pnrlors, opening :il 1:30 o'clock. Plurvi were eomnlctfil (H a sppclftl meeting of the Circle liiMl nlglit, wltli MI-H. A. Peek, presf- i idenl, In chnrgc. MrH. Audrey Peck IH In charge f tlcketH, which will be on sale »t the door. Mrs. Theodore So.i:a- der IH in charge of the fancy woi k booth, assisted Jby Mrs. Walter Allen, Mrs. Howard Welch nnrl Mrs. Tjiwrenci; Welnhurdl. The fun booth will be openiti."! by Mrs. Joseph Mlkletonas, The lood and while elephant booth will !><• in cliiirgii of Mrn. William Kr'.\e~ Kiir. iiMMlHlnd by MrH. Anna LUH- churint, The kitchen committee Includes Mrs. Wllllnm Mnyers, Mrn. John Kellly anil Mrs, A,thclrn Peck. BesideH /i wide variety of :il- tnictlve IternB for sale, the Sulqm Village Four, of the Barbershop Singers, will present, a song |>ro- gnim and Harry DavlH, well-known local magician, win entertain, The public Is Invited to attend. KEVKRE (CAMERAS ;in<l BUXTON BILL!' PRO.IECTOHR 'OLDS PARKER - 1IAEOAR anil - SHEAKKER 1'ENS ROSEVILLE POTTERY EATON'S iinil \VIIITI.\'(1 STATIONERY FREE COUPONS WITH EVERY $1 PURCHASE WIN A NKW FORD CHRISTMAS CARDS Thousande of Them by IIALLMAR.K — R.I'STCRAPT } 'ARAM 01 INT jj 4 SWEENEY'S ART and 213 CHURCH STREET THE CARD STATIONERY AND GIFT SHOP STORE NAUG-ATUCK Yule Party For Children Planned A ChrlHlrniiA liiirty for ehlldrim tif members of 1he Nau^atuck l^oil|;e of IClkh and Ita Emblon club will be held Sunday afternoon, December It at 3 o'clock In thu ICIkw' rooinH, Nenry bullilln^. Plans fur the event will be dls- ciiHHcd at. a mcetlnfc of the Emblem club tonight at 8 o'clock In tihe lodge rooinw, with Mr*. Ixmid Trlano, president, In charge. Members planning to attend the party with children arc requested to notify a. member of tho follow- j ing committee by the end of next week: Mra, ICrnoart T>lchulo Mary Brandlun, Mm, John Curtln, Mr», D. Emmott Shea, Mrs. Eugene St. John, Mrs. Corlnno Law]ey, Mrs. John Atih, Mrs. Edward Aurlach, Mrs. Edward Hennessey, Adelaide Brennan, Mra. Joaoph P. Donahue. Catholic Women Plan Annual Christmas Tea The anunl ChrlHtma,* tea for members and ffiiests of the Nau- fratuclt Council of Catholic Women will be held Sunday afternoon. December 18 In Coiumbu.-i hall, nccordlnj.7 to pliuiH dlHCUHued l.'iBt. nlnrht »t the monthly moetliiK of 'the mxitnlKii.tlon at the hull. During thn afternoon St. Fran filn' parochial Aiehool chlldrnn will proHunt 'their annual Chrlntrnaii ijilny. Tin- cotinf.ll will hold Ita pot-luck Hiinper, Tuesday even luff, January 31. Mies Francos fAiddy, president, conducted the business me»tlnK, during whioh a report on the annual meotlnif of the 'ftatc council wan i)ri>nentcd by Mln« Kullierlne O'Tooe. IMIHH Dorothy O'Toolo, wayn and means chairman, alHO •sported tin tho recent food sale. Thn Hoy. Kvtfnn, fnr- •nerly of Wtttui'lniry, now .'iMBocla- cd wltij-i Sacrod Heart acadcwy, ji'iicnwlch, was g-uewt gpankoV. (Story on r«fr« one.) M|B,JI Anna Paoluccl of Waterbury, lyric soprano, pupil of Madame Henrietta Wnia'fleld, pre- Hontcd a wonif projfi'urn, accompanied by Ml»ti JoBophinc Lai'ian- no. A chemlut by profe.sMlon, Ml.».t *noluccrH iprojfram Included Swcuit Utllo J«HVUI Boy (MacGlm- sey); Lo Pfiplllon (Fourdraln); Ij(i Narn. Bambln (Sandero); IJn- ly Lou (Strickland); Ave Maria (Schubert). ontR Wore nerved liy Mlas Phylllti (Morris and tho Hocliil ciimmittue. Lcundrn A. LaVljfno, Watorhury, recently returned by plane from In- dlnnapolls, Ind., whore ho attended a three day conference of offlcerw of the American AuBoclatlon of Nursing- Homes. A onk<! and food Hivlo will bo hold i NATJOATUC'H NKWK (CONN,), WKONICSDAV. NOV. W. 1040—i'A«l r , 1 >y the Children of Mary Sodallly — I of HI, M/iryii church Humbly, Dnc. nftur thn l»:30 and 11 o'clock MII.HHOS, Sale In the church bnaenient. A mcotlng of the Prospect Ht.rc.ot. 'he nchonl, with guest Kpenkr.r to lie Mnry Norgren. Walcrbury po- will be held tonight at. S o'clock »t Ros:i IT b<«nu . . . husband •'jr . H<TI- -.ire two ({if it«mn hat i'.ill maki- liny ln:m liappy. EVANS "Hnnd Tinned" SI.IP- 1'ICHH In vnriouK styles and nil $4.95 ,„ $5.95 The ictft that nieann eniiy «hopplii|; for you . , . iiany walliln« ''or him . , . MATIfiH MiiKdailH , . . .imartly stylnd riiiuial HhoiiM . . . no lacliiK l.u Ixither him. In nil :I|ZOH Mini wldtlui ;it only .... BKlfT A CUTAWAY FOB THAT IHPO14TANT BTEWTI W* O»n VN Hoa» Too ni( IMBIMBO'S Tk«B All «» Calm St., wtbj. rORKAZ, SHOP or Banll t-8»8l Free Coupons with Every $1 Purchase or Charg-e YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A NEW $1800 FORD SEDAN Norwash SHOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST. NEARY BLDO. NAUQATUCK '^ : '^<*^ from Norwash HANDBAGS Smart new hnndhriXH lhat will match with all of her favorite «n- somblcu, Choonc from our vast col- loctlcm in kldskinH, call's, nuodea, and many others . . . at $5, SIO.flH. Of tlie rnnny ways to sny "Merry C'hrisliiins" to a lovely lady . . . we think I here is.nothing quite so endearing u.s that special gift with a j»(;r.soiwl touch . . . Here are highlights from a sparkling array assembled nt Norwash. . . RHYTHM STEP SHOES Rhvt ' O cr Rhythm Step shoes . . . More than just ."top ' .— Wlnnlow In brown calf ...... $12.»5 2.- Wicked In black wueae GLOVES Handsome gloves for your lady. Whether she favors short onea or loves iho elegant long Bl"veH, you'll Clml all lengths, all styles, all col- ura from $1.»8 to $3.50. HOSIKRY't TO FASHION HOSIERY Is there any woman who couldn't use another pair of Htockin K B? . . . Really the LEATHER GOODS PENNYPACKER We're proud to introduce the gift sensation of the year . . . a compact, lipstick case, and change purse all in one. , . In divine colors with gold-tone trim. S3.98 SLIPPERS Give her Bomclhing she's sure to need . . . Sllppcru for Christmas by Oom- phies . . . Beautiful styles, beautifully made and only $2.95, $3.95 or IVI.A5 v roo en mutt rou PAT lot You, too, can win a new $1800 car . . . Every $1 value at Norwash entitles you to a free coupon ... PorHonal Leather GoodH for Women. Match her :icccs«orlcn In a colorful way. Choose from billfolds, key cases, cigarette (.•use or uycRlaHs cases :n luxurious paste) leather. $1.00—$8.50 plus tux. "first in fashion in Naugatuck" Norwash SHOE STORE 209 CHURCH ST. — NEARY BLDG. — NAUOATUCK

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